PORT ANGELES, Wash.
- Port Angeles,
a coastal town centrally located on Washington's Olympic Peninsula, invites
travelers to experience the many summer activities and adventures available
· The Downtown Waterfront and City Pier offer much more than
spectacular views. As the town's main hub of activity, these areas play host to
many summer festivals, farmers markets, and outdoor concerts. Year round
features include an underground history tour, art galleries, outdoor
sculptures, local restaurants, independent bookstores, and other boutique
· Port Angeles is the gateway town to Olympic
National Park's most famous attraction: Hurricane Ridge. While this part of
the park is popular with hikers and drivers eager to see the sights, on August
5, 2012 cyclists will take over for the annual Ride the Hurricane event.
· For a quick
international trip, Victoria, British Columbia sits only 18 miles north of
town. The Blackball Coho Ferry offers daily departures and Kenmore Air operates
charter flights in the region.
Port Angeles is part of a region rich in outdoor adventure,
culinary attractions, and American history. While some visitors choose to use
the town as a base for exploring the area, others delve into its fun and quirky
Media Contact: Nancy Harrison, Nancy@adventuremedianews.com,
Available. View Olympic
Peninsula Tourism Council media kit.